HIV: Don’t Live in Ignorance (Part 1 of 2)
A reflexion on Lord Fowlers’ AIDS Don’t Die of Prejudice. Whilst looking for an opening sentence for this musing, I wondered who could be interested [...]
What’s next for PrEP in the UK?
A reflexion on a piece written for and published by OpenDemocracy in November 2010, shortly after the public release of the iPrEX trial. Three years [...]
Why PrEP isn’t just a “Biomedical” intervention
Don’t we all know that popping pills is not the solution to all our problems? The writer reflects on his and other’s assumptions about the [...]
Thai tenofovir study for HIV prevention amongst IDU shows PrEP works but who will benefit?
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) study demonstrates effectiveness of ARV for preventing HIV acquisition in IDU but emphasises quandary with clinical benefit realisation. The Bangkok Tenofovir study [...]